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Ireland round-up: Studio plans in conflict with housing at key Dublin docklands location; Controversial city building plan approved

Words: Roger Milne

A round-up of planning news in Ireland: 19 November-25 November, 2016

Studio plans in conflict with housing at key Dublin docklands location 

The prospect of a Hollywood-style film studio complex on Dublin’s Poolbeg peninsula is fading after a Dublin City Council assessment warned that the project would take up 60 per cent of the land designated for a significant amount of housing.

The Planner

Controversial city building plan approved

An Bord Pleanála has given the go-ahead to a controversial multimillion-euro student-accommodation scheme in Dublin city centre.

Irish Independent

Irish Water submits plans for €80m Stillorgan reservoir

Plans for an €80 million redevelopment of the 150-year-old Stillorgan reservoir, which provides drinking water for 200,000 people across south Dublin, have been submitted to Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council by Irish Water.

Irish Times

Major Bray shopping and cinema complex to go ahead 

The long-postponed Florentine shopping and cinema complex planned for the centre of Bray, County Wicklow, finally looks like proceeding following a decision by Wicklow County Council to seek a development partner for the 23,225 square metre project before the end of next year.

Irish Times